The Amica EB 13550 W has a defrost function, as do most of the other single ovens that are a similar age to this oven.
Released Over Three Years Ago
It was October 2013 when Amica released the EB 13550 W.
The EB 13550 W is a one oven oven which is average compared to the other 1,060 single ovens that have been on the market for more than two years that we have assessed the number of ovens of.
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66 Liters Total Oven(s) Interior Capacity
This is a 66 liters interior capacity oven.
If you are looking for an oven with a bigger total oven(s) interior capacity then you might want to look at the Bosch HBA43B251B (67L).
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Quite High Energy Consumption (conventional)
At 0.95 kilowatt hours, the Amica EB 13550 W has a quite high energy consumption (conventional) compared to most of the other ovens that are a comparable age to this oven. The lowest energy consumption (conventional) of ovens of this type and age is 0.54kWh and the highest is 1,300kWh.
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